Parrotia

Parrotia or Ironwood Tree

An usual, deciduous tree. Grown for its attractive flakey bark. Attractive autumnal leaf colours of yellows, reds and purples. They have small crimson flowers on bare stems during winter and spring.

Where To Site Your Parrotia

They are a medium to large tree, they will need a large spot for tehm to reach their full potential. 

How To Grow Your Parrotia

They do well in well drained soil, in sun or partial shade. For the best colour they prefer netural to acidic soil. They can take 50 years to reach their full potential height. 

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    £70.00
    Parrotia Persica Vanessa are upright tree with attractive, flaking bark and red flowers on bare stems in late winter through to early spring. The young foliage is reddish bronze turning green for summer then producing spectacular autumn colour with shades of red, orange and purple Learn More
  2. Parrotia Persica Vanessa 8-10cm Girth
    £153.20

    Parrotia Persica Vanessa are upright tree with attractive, flaking bark and red flowers on bare stems in late winter through to early spring. The young foliage is reddish bronze turning green for summer then producing spectacular autumn colour with shades of red, orange and purple

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  3. Parrotia Persica 30 Litre Pot
    £165.00

    Parrotia Persica Vanessa are upright tree with attractive, flaking bark and red flowers on bare stems in late winter through to early spring. The young foliage is reddish bronze turning green for summer then producing spectacular autumn colour with shades of red, orange and purple

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